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[Android][Unlock/S-OFF] SunShine for modern Motorola & HTC devices

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By jcase, Forum Moderator / Senior Recognized Developer - Taco Vendor on 23rd June 2014, 08:06 PM
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With this fastboot cmd:

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fastboot oem writesecureflag 3

Ok, so if I purchased Sunshine, turn S-On so I can send it back for warranty repair, can I just do some sort of fastboot oem writesecureflag X when I get the phone back or do I have to re-purchase Sunshine again--and if the answer is repurchase Sunshine, that's cool but I'm assuming there is something about my "license" that couples to the IMEI to toggle S-On/Off huh?

And thanks for providing this for $25. I can't believe the asshattery over it being a paid thing.
 
 
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Ok, so if I purchased Sunshine, turn S-On so I can send it back for warranty repair, can I just do some sort of fastboot oem writesecureflag X when I get the phone back or do I have to re-purchase Sunshine again--and if the answer is repurchase Sunshine, that's cool but I'm assuming there is something about my "license" that couples to the IMEI to toggle S-On/Off huh?

And thanks for providing this for $25. I can't believe the asshattery over it being a paid thing.

If you bought it on one phone and got it repaired, yes. It will transfer. If they replace the phone (they often do), then no.

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If you bought it on one phone and got it repaired, yes. It will transfer. If they replace the phone (they often do), then no.

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90% true. Sometimes repair places will swap the motherboard and the license will not work on the new board but the rest of the phone is the same.

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